Final Reflection for Futures II

projects (left to right): Gaudi — SprayDresser — Krit

At the start of the semester, I believed I had low agency in my future.

In my personal ranking of usefulness of futures methods, my #1 is Jamais Cascio’s critiques.

STEEP, the research method that is most heavily mentioned and easily remembered, wasn’t the most helpful.

STEEP would actually be useful when used in combination with other organizational methods, such as this Venn Diagram we made during the brainstorming phase of Krit.

Imagining the future is surprisingly and scarily simple.

less ambitious first project vs. much more ambitious second project

After the course, my design future on the temporal and impact spectrums have changed, somewhat.




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